5 × d
Expression as square of number of sum two or more
Six more than the number means "the number" + 6.
An abundant number means its proper factors add up to more than that number.
In math, the term more than means the same as greater than. It denotes that one number is larger than another number. An example would be 10 is more than 5.
3t = the number 3 times the number t. If you need a better answer, post more information.
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It can be known as: Multiply, Divide, Add, and Subtract...and more.
The algebraic expression for three more than a number is: X + 3
It means that it is an expression, and it contains one or more variables. An "expression" is anything that can be calculated to obtain a number. For example, all of the following are expressions: 5 1 + 2 a a + 1 2a a + b
12 more than a number means: __+12 (a number plus 12). You can express this as an algebraic expression: n+12 or 12+n(n representing a number.)
Each of the members of which an expression, a series of quantities, or the like, is composed, as one of two or more parts of an algebraic expression.
Let the unknown number be x and so the expression is: x+12
x + 10
Let the number be x and so the expression would be: x+20
a common factor
It depends on what you mean. The number three in and of itself means one more than 2 and one less than 4.
Let the number be a a + 8
a > 8 or 8 + a depending on what you're really asking. * * * * * The second, 8 + a, is an expreession - as required. The first is not an expression but an inequality.
It means the same as "more than". If one number is greater than another one, it is larger.
An expression is the sum (or difference) of two or more terms. Example 3x + 2y is an expression.It is a mathematical statement e.g 7=6+1 THE WHOLE THING IS AN EQUATION but the 6+1 is a expression.You can only have an expression if there is not an = signYes the 6 + 1 part is an expression. If you have an = sign or any of the other inequality symbols (,...) it is no longer an expression but a full math sentence.
It means having more than one digit. In the context of decimal integers it means a number greater than 9.
No because 169 has more than two factors which makes it a composite number in math
It means "not equal to".